Located in the Texas Mid-West region where hunting and fishing is considered major industries. Coleman is rich in natural resources which have given life to a diversified economy based on farming, ranching, coal, oil and gas production and varied industry.
The community is surrounded by the refreshing waters of six major lakes: Lake Coleman, lvie Reservoir, Lake Scarborough, Memory Lake, Lake Santa Anna, and Hord's Creek.
|Heartland Chiropractic Clinic|
Heartland Chiropractic is pleased to announce that we are now open in Coleman, Texas. For the past five years we have served Brown County with exceptional chiropractic care. Now we feel blessed to have the opportunity to open an additional clinic to better serve Coleman County. At our Coleman location, we will offer traditional chiropractic adjustments, intersegment traction, electro therapy and corrective home exercise programs. On-site X-ray is available to further evaluate your condition, if necessary. In the future, we plan to add a massage therapist to our team.
Heartland Chiropractic's doctor is Lorin Wolf, D.C. He graduated as Valedictorian from Coahoma High School, and then went on to obtain a degree in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M. He furthered his education at Parker College where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic. He practiced in Lubbock Texas for 3 years before opening his own clinic in Early, Texas. Dr. Wolf, his wife and two sons are active members of Coggin Avenue Baptist Church. Dr. Wolf is currently serving as the president of the Brownwood Kiwanis club, board president for Hope Home Ministry, and state director for the Texas Chiropractic Association.
We look forward to serving the chiropractic needs of Coleman County for many years to come.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
|2015 Rodeo Parade Results
- Floats - Out of Town
- Hords Creek Cowboy Church
- Floats - In Town
- HaCl's Processing
- Creepy Chicken
- Decorated Vehicles - Local
- Coleman JV Cheerleaders
- Coleman County Electric Coop
- Decorated Vehicles - Out of Town
- Gene Webb, sponsored by Big O's
- DeBusk Family - Flatbed
- Decorated Bicycles / Go-Carts I Mules / 4-Wheelers
- DeBusk Family
- Circle C Cattlewomen
- Riding Clubs
- Coleman County Cowgirls
- Brown County Riders
- Individual Riders
- Rachel Tits worth
- Jason and Halle Foster
Monday, June 15, 2015
BICYCLE - HOME - CAR - FIRE - WATER SAFETY
Coleman County Medical Center staff is calling on families in Coleman County to be a Safety Hero. To mark the 3rd Annual Child Safety Day CCMC will be joining forces with Heart of
Texas, Coleman Police Department, Coleman Sheriff Department, Coleman Fire Department, Air Evac, Hords Creek Corps of Engineers, Jeanni Luckey-Texas Department of Public Safety,
Ranger Junior College, Janet Nelson- County Extension Agent, and "Hard Hats for Little Heads"..
When: Thursday, June 25, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where: Coleman County Medical Center 310 S. Pecos (back parking lot)
Hot dogs and drinks will be available for those who attend! Children are asked to bring their bicycle, if possible, for the "Hard Hats for Little Heads" bicycle safety course with Dr. Paul Reynolds, Marvin Hale, and Paul Coghlan (for ages 3 years old to 12 years old).
**FIRST 100 CHILDREN PRESENT RECEIVE A FREE BICYCLE HELMET **
With the help of Coleman County Medical Center, families can learn how to transform themselves into Safety Heroes. Child Safety Day is a community education program supporting trusted frontline professionals to empower parents and families to improve child safety in their local communities.
Chelsey Slayton, ADON/Trauma Program Manager at CCMC, states, "We're worried about serious accidents to children in Coleman County. At our 3rd Annual Child Safety Day we will be encouraging everyone to be a Safety Hero and find out about simple things they can do that will make a real difference in preventing serious accidents. Child Safety Day gives us a great opportunity to talk to families about accident prevention, have some fun, and get some serious
For more information please contact Chelsey Slayton RN, MSN at 325-625-2135 ext 324
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
|Coleman At A Glance
Coleman is located near the geographical center of Texas, 54 miles southeast of Abilene.
The annual average temperature is 65º. Average rainfall for the year is 26.5 inches
The City of Coleman is comprised of 5,410 residents. The Coleman County's population is 9,710. The median
age is 42.1 and the median household effective buying income is $16,483. The area's civilian labor force numbers 4,335
The city is governed by a Mayor-Council-Manager system. The county government is presided over by a County Judge and
- Health Care
Coleman County Medical Center is a 46-bed medical-surgical facility with full emergency room services. Two nursing homes
have capacity for 146 residents.
The local airport, located one mile from the community, has a 4,500' paved, lighted runway for corporate and private
planes. Aircraft services are also available. Regional airports with commercial airlines are located in Abilene (54 miles) and Brownwood (30 miles). Daily rail and bus
services are available, as are inter and intra-state trucking.
Electric power with distribution voltages of 2,400 / 4,160, is provided by the City of Coleman.
ATMOS Energy supplies gas. Distribution line and pressure 60PSI - 8".
Water and sewage services are provided by the City of Coleman. Water treatment capacity is 5,200,000 gallons per day; average daily demand is 2,000,000 gallons per day. Sewage capacity is 800,000 gallons.
Verizon Company provides local telephone service and high-speed internet service.
Coleman schools include one elementary, one middle and one high school, as well as a remodeled Co-operative Alternative
School. Santa Anna, Novice, and Panther Creek (2000 State Six-man Football Champion) Independent School Districts are also located in Coleman County.
Coleman is home to 22 churches of Protestant and Catholic denominations.
Founded in 1876 on Hords Creek, area of rolling, grassy plains and wide bottom lands. A typical frontier settlement, first store hardly completed before a cemetery was laid out for loser in cowboy gunfight. Today seat of Coleman County. Area still devoted to large scale ranching; additional income from oil, natural gas, limestone, and high-grade glass sand from Santa Anna Mountain eight miles southeast of the city.
Coleman lies on U.S. 84, a segment of the Ports to Plains Highway connecting the state's heartland to coastal ports.
Coleman, Texas is rich in natural resources which have given life to a diversified economy based on farming, ranching, coal, oil and gas production and varied industry. Yet Coleman is richest of all in its abundance of water.
The community, county seat of Coleman County, is surrounded by the refreshing waters of six major lakes. Lake Coleman, Ivie Reservoir, Lake Scarborough, Memory Lake, Lake Santa Anna and Hord's Creek. Lake O.H. Ivie is currently the hottest black bass fishing lake in Texas. More than 70 private lakes add to the allure of natural beauty and recreational pleasure. Each lake offers a distinctive setting for everything from exciting water sports to the quiet contemplation of nature.
Coleman County also offers a wealth of frontier heritage. Named for Robert M. Coleman, aide-de-camp to General Sam Houston, the county contains several sites that testify to its historical prominence.
Well-preserved artifacts still remain from Camp Colorado, the area's earliest outpost. At the foot of the historic Santa Anna mountains lies a pioneer cabin a Registered U.S. Museum. Additional points of historical are the early towns of Trickham and Voss. Several of Coleman's older homes have been restored, including the Blair house, and official Texas Historical Landmark.
Business and Industry
The business climate in Coleman is as attractive as its ideal year-round weather. Foremost is the friendly and cooperative spirit that characterizes the area's labor force. Coleman's fine municipal services, transportation facilities and abundant energy resources serve as additional incentives for business development
Manufacturing plants in Coleman produce a variety of quality products for Texas and the nation. A sampling includes, saddles, boots, heavy duty truck and recreational vehicles, grill guards, leather goods, archery products and plastic fabrication. With production active in all sections of the county, oil and gas ranks with ranching as one of Coleman's most prominent industries
In addition to the recreational riches of area lakes, Coleman presents a showcase for outdoor activities. Also known as the "Hunting Capital of Texas." the area is home to ample populations of deer, turkey, ducks, dove and quail. The plentiful wildlife is also a boon for non-hunting nature lovers. Coleman's City Park, located on the scenic banks of Hord's Creek, offers picnic facilities under majestic shade trees, a western museum, tennis courts, a recreation center with Olympic-size swimming pool and playground equipment. Noted for its tough stock and talented cowboys, Coleman's PRCA approved rodeo is held annually during the last weekend in June. Other competitive events include one of the nation's largest county livestock shows, County 4-H Horse Shows and the Coleman County Fiesta de la Paloma and Dove Cook-off Rounding out Coleman's recreational bounty is a Country Club that features club facilities swimming pool and a 9-hole golf course.
Farming and Ranching
Endowed with some of the state's richest grass lands, Coleman County produces outstanding herds of commercial and purebred cattle, horses, sheep, goats and hogs. In fact, Coleman is the fourth largest wool-producing county in Texas. Approximately 50,000 to 75,000 head of cattle are marketed annually at the Coleman Livestock Auction. The fertile soils and ideal climate of the Coleman area make farming one of the area's biggest businesses. Cotton, wheat, oats, barley and grain sorghums are raised throughout the county.
Education and Culture
Just as its natural bounty, Coleman considers its people an important resource. That is why education plays a significant role in the life of the community. In addition to a new elementary and middle schools, Coleman has built a modern high school to prepare students equally well for higher education or entry into the labor market upon graduation.
Cultural institutions are also an important force in and around Coleman. They range from the Coleman and Santa Anna Public Libraries to the Coleman County Museum , There is also a Fine Arts League and several civic clubs, including Lions, Rotary and Kiwanis.